Strengthening Families is a nationally recognized program designed to increase effective parenting skills, encourage youth to develop healthy lifestyle skills, and prevent substance abuse. Call (301) 610-0147 or click here for more information on how to get involved.
Montgomery County Police, Non-Emergency: (301) 279-8000
The Montgomery County Emergency Eviction Prevention service provides assistance to evicted families. For help or more information, contact 240-777-3075.
Homeless families can walk-in to any of the following regional offices:
- MidCounty DHHS Building 1301 Piccard Drive, Rockville, MD 20850
- DHHS Silver Spring Center 8818 Georgia Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20910
- UpCounty Regional Services Center 12900 Middlebrook Road, Germantown, MD 20874
- Neighborhood Service Center at Catholic Charities 12247 Georgia Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20906
- Takoma East Silver Spring (TESS) Center 8513 Piney Branch Road, Silver Spring, MD 20901
- Neighborhood Service Center at Family Services, Inc. 200 Girard Street (Suite 203), Gaithersburg, MD 20877
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SNAP benefits supplements the grocery budget for low income families and individuals. Many people who receive Temporary Cash Assistance (TCA) and Temporary Disability Assistance Program (TDAP) are also eligible to receive Food Stamps. To see if you meet the eligibility requirements for Maryland’s Food Supplement Program (FSP), click here
Contact Pathway to Services at 301-354-4908 for more information.
FYI-Programs in our Community City of Rockville Mentoring Program: This program recruits volunteer mentors to meet weekly for one hour after school with elementary children in City of Rockville schools.
Contact Montgomery County’s Childlink at 240-777-4769 for more information about parenting programs.
FYI-Programs in our Community
MCPS Parent Academy provides information to guide parents in helping their children succeed in school.
Ed Bohrer Parent Resource Center offers educational resources and tools to students of all ages, particularly including parents trying to obtain an education or improve their English speaking skills.
The Parent Encouragement Program (PEP) is a nonprofit that provides classes, events and other educational resources to parents and all who care for children, toddlers through teens.
P.E.A.C.E Program is specifically intended to provide families with separated or divorced parents with the skills to maintain family cooperation and continued parental support.